Singular Masculine akkusativ form, with a definitve article, what is the name declination? In the singular masculine akkusativ case, why do we say "den Sohn" and "den Nachbarn"? we didn't add an n to the name in the first case, but added it in the second. which one is correct? is it because "Sohn" already ends with an "n"?
Feb 3, 2017 8:11 AM
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Both are correct. "Sohn" is declinated regularly, "Nachbar" belongs to a special group of nouns that have this additional "n". → http://mein-deutschbuch.de/n-deklination.html
February 3, 2017
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